BALTIMORE - Governor Martin O'Malley and the State of Maryland issued the state's first proclamation in support of the Great Prostate Cancer Challenge and the efforts of Dr. Sanford J. Siegel and Chesapeake Urology Associates (CUA) to raise awareness of prostate cancer, raise funds for prostate cancer research and increase prostate cancer screening opportunities. The state's proclamation follows President Bush's commitment to prostate cancer, marking September as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
Promoting the upcoming run/walk to be held at St. Joseph Medical Center campus on Sept. 14th plays on several Baltimore-area radio stations.
Promoting concert featuring the great Patti LaBelle plays on several Baltimore-area radio stations.
Ad spreads word on Great Prostate Cancer Challenge events and prostate cancer awareness.
Over the past several years, Chesapeake Urology has established a significant presence throughout Maryland. We currently have over 300 employees with 42 physicians and associates who provide urological services in over 20 locations in 6 Maryland counties and Baltimore City. Our doctors and staff are committed to the patients we serve as well as the communities that we live and work in.
Join Us at a Very Important Press Conference and Luncheon to Help Spread the News about Baltimore's 2nd Annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge
April 14, 2008 - Baltimore, Md - The "Great Prostate Cancer Challenge" 5K Run/1 Mile Walk returns to the campus of Baltimore's St. Joseph Medical Center on Sunday, September 14, at 8 a.m.
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